§ 33.02  WARRANTS FOR PAYMENT OF CLAIMS.
   (A)   As used in this section, CLAIM means a bill or an invoice submitted for goods or services.
   (B)   Except as provided in § 33.04, a warrant for payment of a claim against a town may be issued only if the claim is:
      (1)   Supported by a fully itemized invoice or bill under I.C. 5-11-10-1.6;
      (2)   Filed with the town fiscal officer;
      (3)   Certified by the fiscal officer before payment that each invoice is true and correct; and
      (4)   Allowed by the Town Council or by the board of the town having jurisdiction over allowance of the payment of the claim.
   (C)   The certification by the fiscal officer under division (B)(3) above must be on a form prescribed by the State Board of Accounts.
(Prior Code, § 23.04)